Spain expels North Korean ambassador amid DPRK’s nuclear threat

by Radyo La Verdad | September 20, 2017 (Wednesday) | 8156

The Spanish foreign ministry said on Monday it had asked North Korea’s ambassador to leave Spain before the end of the month. The call is due to North Korea’s repeated refusals to renounce its Nuclear Weapons Program.

Meanwhile, North Korea again warns that the more sanctions the United States and its allies impose on it, the faster it will move to complete its nuclear plans.

This is based on the announcement made by the Reclusive Nation’s Official KCNA News Agency on Monday, citing a foreign ministry spokesman.

The U.N. Security Council unanimously passed a U.S.-drafted resolution a week ago mandating tougher new sanctions against Pyongyang that included banning textile imports and capping crude and petrol supply.

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